Payment Due Dates

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Attention Students!

Don’t lose your seat in your class! Pay your bill on time.

All students are required to have ALL documentation and payments - OR - payment arrangements completed by the dates listed below.

Payment completion dates are based on WHEN you register for classes. If payment or payment arrangements have NOT been set up by the date listed below, you will be dropped from your classes.


A late registration fee of $25 applies to summer semester registrations made on or after June 1, 2015.

SUMMER 2015

If you registered for classes between:   Payment must be made ON or BEFORE this date or you will be dropped from your class:   You will be dropped from classes on:
April 6 to
April 24
  April 24, 2015   April 27, 2015
April 25 to
May 8
  May 8, 2015   May 11, 2015
After May 8
  Payment due at time of registration  

A late registration fee of $25 applies to fall semester registrations made on or after August 24, 2015.

FALL 2015

If you registered for classes between:   Payment must be made ON or BEFORE this date or you will be dropped from your class:   You will be dropped from classes on:
April 27 to
May 22
  May 22, 2015   May 26, 2015
May 23 to
June 19
  June 19, 2015   June 22, 2015
June 20 to
July 17
  July 17, 2015   July 20, 2015
After July 17   Payment due at time of registration  

A late registration fee of $25 applies to spring semester registrations made on or after January 19, 2016.

SPRING 2016

If you registered for classes between:   Payment must be made ON or BEFORE this date or you will be dropped from your class:   You will be dropped from classes on:
November 30 to
December 11
  December 11, 2015   December 14, 2015
December 12 to
January 8
January 8, 2016   January 12, 2016
After January 8
  Payment due at time of registration  

The tuition and fees charged for the course(s) for which a student registers represent a valid educational debt that the student owes to Navajo County Community College District, doing business as Northland Pioneer College (NPC).

The student agrees to pay any amounts remaining unpaid after the application of financial aid, third-party payments, and/or scholarships, if any. A student who fails to pay his or her outstanding obligations to the college may be denied future enrollment until the account is settled in full. Should action be necessary to collect a delinquent account, the student agrees to pay the collection costs, attorney fees and court costs incurred for collection. The student should also understanding that information regarding a delinquency may be disclosed to credit bureaus and may affect his or her credit rating.

See Payment Responsibilities.

Questions? Contact the Business Office at (928) 524-7480.